Eyebrow Reconstruction

An eyebrow transplant is a permanent cosmetic procedure to make your eyebrows appear fuller or to replace hair that’s been lost.

The relationship between eyebrows and hair is akin to fire and oil – they complement each other, enhancing the overall appearance. Eyebrows play a crucial role, and it’s essential to care for them diligently. Unfortunately, eyebrow hair can be prone to loss, whether due to excessive plucking or various conditions like cicatricial alopecia or alopecia areata.

At the Hair Transplant Clinic, we offer top-notch solutions for eyebrow reconstruction. Eyebrow transplantation is typically a relatively quick procedure, lasting only a few hours, as it involves transplanting a smaller number of hair grafts. However, the key to success lies in the skill of the surgeon, as the precise angling and placement of the grafts are critical for achieving a natural and flawless eyebrow appearance.

While there are alternatives like cosmetics or certain medications to mask eyebrow issues, these options often yield delayed or short-lived results. Therefore, opting for an eyebrow transplantation at Hair Transplant Mumbai is the recommended choice for a lasting and aesthetically pleasing outcome.

Eyebrow Hair Transplant & Microblading

Eyebrow Hair Transplant

Eyebrows play a crucial role in enhancing a person’s facial beauty. Unfortunately, some individuals may experience partial or complete eyebrow hair loss due to various medical or congenital reasons. Fortunately, modern advances have made it possible for anyone to achieve the coveted perfectly arched eyebrow look through an eyebrow restoration procedure.

This procedure offers a permanent solution, utilizing fine hairs from the back of the scalp to create a natural and aesthetically pleasing appearance. The best part is that this procedure is virtually painless, and the recovery period typically lasts just one week, making it a convenient option for those seeking beautiful and well-defined eyebrows.


Another method that offers semi-permanent results is Microblading. This technique is ideal for individuals looking to completely reconstruct, define, cover gaps, fill in over-plucked eyebrows, or simply enhance a specific area.

In the microblading process, a specialized microblading pen is employed to meticulously create individual strokes one by one. This procedure is non-invasive and can be performed in an office setting. It typically involves the application of local anesthetic cream one hour before the procedure, ensuring minimal discomfort. There is no downtime associated with Microblading, and no special post-procedure care is required, except for a brief touch-up session once a year to maintain the desired results.

Causative Factors of Eyebrow Hair Loss

  • Genetic Thin Eyebrow
  • Aging
  • Burns
  • Alopecia Areata
  • Localized trauma
  • Ratio therapy or Chemotherapy
  • Congenital absence
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Trichotillomania
  • Leprosy

Eyebrow Designing

Unlike the thicker and coarser scalp hair, eyebrow hair is delicate, soft, and fine in texture. Women typically desire well-defined, arched eyebrows, while men generally prefer their eyebrows to be consistently thick and dense without a pronounced arch.

For a natural appearance after surgery, it’s essential to plan the procedure carefully. The density of the eyebrow hair should be higher in the central area, gradually tapering but maintaining density towards the sides. Additionally, the design of the eyebrows should take into account the individual’s facial bone structure, as this can influence the ideal eyebrow pattern. Therefore, eyebrow designing should be thoughtfully considered, taking all these factors into account to achieve the desired aesthetic outcome.

Eyebrow Restoration Technique

Achieving natural-looking eyebrows is of utmost importance for both men and women. It’s a vital step to sketch an outline of the desired eyebrow shape beforehand and seek feedback from the patient to ensure their preferences are considered.

To source the hair for eyebrow restoration, fine and thinner-caliber hair from the periphery of the scalp, near the ears or nape of the neck, is typically chosen as the donor area. The entire procedure is conducted under local anesthesia for the patient’s comfort.

On average, around 100-250 single hair grafts are required on each side, depending on the specific area being addressed. Smaller diameter punches, typically measuring 0.7-0.8 mm, are used for graft extraction. The grafts are meticulously placed in slits while considering the natural direction and angulation of the existing hair. The full growth of eyebrow hair can be expected within 6-8 months, and this technique leaves no visible scarring, ensuring a seamless and natural result.